Thank you for joining the opening of Stéphanie Solinas - Dominique Lambert / Le Pourquoi Pas?.

Missed it? Her work is on show until 16 April. More information on

Opening Stéphanie Solinas, 2017 © Saffron Pape

The exhibition is made possible by the Gieskes-Strijbis Fund.

Foam is supported by the BankGiro Loterij, De Brauw Blackstone Westbroek, Delta Lloyd, City of...
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Happy Birthday Hiroshi Sugimoto! #Onthisday in 1948, the Japanese master was born. Learn about his work and practice on

U.A. Playhouse New York, 1978 © Hiroshi Sugimoto
What is lost (or gained) in translation? French artist Stéphanie Solinas is dedicated to find out in her long-lasting series. You're invited to join the opening on Thursday, please RSVP here: Stéphanie Solinas 24 February - 16 April 2017
In her work, Stéphanie Solinas explores identity, memory and the invisible world of the mind. Join the opening this Thursday in the presence of the artist.

RSVP: Stéphanie Solinas 24 February - 16 April 2017

Stéphanie Solinas opening 23 February
"Mystery of mysteries, water and air are right there before us in the sea. Every time I view the sea, I feel a calming sense of security, as if visiting my ancestral home; I embark on a voyage of seeing." - Hiroshi Sugimoto

Tyrrhenian Sea Conca, 1994, Gelatin silver print © Hiroshi Sugimoto
"You can change whatever is around you and create whatever you dream." - Bubi Canal

Want to follow in his footsteps? Foam Talent Call 2017 is now open! Submit your work on
Harley Weir’s first solo-exhibition is on show until Sunday. Make sure you don't miss it!

Boys Don’t Cry, September 2016 © Harley Weir
Meet this year’s team of creative young professionals! You can follow their activities on innovating Foam from the inside at their Facebook and Instagram accounts. To learn more about the FoamLab Amsterdam traineeship:

Foam Lab is made possible by Dividere Foundation, Stichting dr. Hendrik Muller's Vaderlandsch Fonds and Fresh Forces.

Foam is supported by the BankGiro Loterij,...
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"In Ren Hang's imagination, everything is an uninhibited metaphor for desire." - CNN Style on Ren Hang - Naked/ Nude, now on view at Foam 3h.

Photographer stirs controversy with erotic images
Mark your calendars for the opening this Thursday. #pourquoipas

Stéphanie Solinas 24 February - 16 April 2017

We congratulate all 45 photographers who won the prestigious award for photojournalism and documentary photography today.

The much debated World Press Photo of the Year was made by the Turkish photographer Burhan Ozbilici, showing Mevlüt Mert Altıntaş shouting after shooting the Russian ambassador to Turkey on 19 December 2016 in Ankara.

2017 World Press Photo winners announced
Enjoy everything in pairs on Valentine's Day.

For all lovebirds
#Onthisday in 1800, William Henry Fox Talbot was born. With the experimental Lightning Fields series, Hiroshi Sugimoto pays a tribute to this pioneer of positive-negative photographic imaging.

Lightning Fields 327, 2014 © Hiroshi Sugimoto
“There’s something in seeing an image straight away that loses the magic for me; the ‘mistake’ image is often my favourite and I find it hard to make mistakes with digital.” - Harley Weir in sleek magazine.

Boundaries is on show for only one more week.

The New Generation of Artists Choosing Analog Photography over Digital
With his famous series Theaters (1976-ongoing), Hiroshi Sugimoto reduces the full length of a feature film to one photograph. He uses the light of the film combined with an extreme long exposure. Learn more about the iconic photographer and plan your visit here:

El Capitan, Hollywood, 1993 © Hiroshi Sugimoto
A publication in Foam Magazine? It's one of the benefits of being selected as a Foam Talent. The search for exceptional photographers has begun. Foam Talent Call is now open on
Fascinated by Hiroshi Sugimoto's conceptual photography? Delve deeper into his work and create a photograph based on his intriguing methods. Sign up for 18 February (Dutch) or 25 February (English).

Workshop: Shutter Time and Light
“If this photograph now appears lifelike to you, you had better reconsider what it means to be alive here and now.” – Hiroshi Sugimoto's work is bound to make you think.

Catherine of Aragon, 1999 © Hiroshi Sugimoto
Swans, peacocks, fish and snakes, as well as cherries, apples, flowers, plants and trees are all employed as absurd yet poetic accessories in Ren Hang’s work. Find out what else is there, the exhibition is now on view at Foam 3h.
Have you seen Harley Weir's exhibition yet? Her intimate and intriguing work is on show for only a few more weeks.

Harley Weir - Boundaries